Start in trendy Tlaquepaque, a pedestrian-only zone of 300+ shops, bohemian boutiques, historical homes, and restaurants that double as galleries. From clothing and jewelry to ceramics and works by Sergio Bustaman, this artisan village has enough colorful finds to satisfy your souvenir cravings.
Refuel at Casa Luna in the colonial heart of Tlaquepaque. Even if you don’t lunch here, at least come for the tamarind margaritas and live jazz. Begin with the huitlacoche tart in a pumpkin sauce, followed by any of their traditional entrées served in a lava stone molcajete.
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